With the X20 announcement still very fresh on the inter-webs it's easy to think that the X10 will slide out of relevance rather quickly and quietly, ending up relegated to a back up to a back up camera, as the re-sale value is hardly worth the effort required to make a sale. Or, is it possible that the X10 might gain something of of "quirky classic" badge and maintain some sort of place in our photographic consciousness? The X20 is really a different camera (sans EXR mode), and I don't imagine Fuji will go back to it in the X line. So, could the X10 maybe even be preferred by some people? Any chance the X20 doesn't represent a noticeable step up in IQ?